Frisco Restorative Dentistry
Proudly Serving Collin County & Denton County
If your teeth have sustained damage or decay, restorative dentistry from Frisco's Dentists can help. Dr. Neal, Dr. Beatty, and their team want to help you find the best solution to repair your teeth and restore them to health as quickly as possible. The sooner decay or damage is dealt with, the less expensive and invasive treatment will be. Our welcoming and relaxed atmosphere combined with over 20 years of experience will give you peace of mind that you’re in good hands.
Find out how our Frisco restorative dentistry can benefit your smile. Contact Frisco's Dentists at (972) 200-0656 today to book an appointment!
Our restorative dental services include dental fillings, dental crowns, root canals, dentures, and dental implants, among others. Since the secondary goal of restorative dentistry is to improve the appearance of your smile, we treat our restorative treatments like cosmetic dentistry services. We want you to feel confident that after any restorative procedure, your beautiful smile will also be a healthy one.
Make sure your smile is as healthy as it is beautiful! Call (972) 200-0656 to schedule an appointment with our Frisco dentist.
Years ago, dentists used dark, silver-like fillings (amalgams) to fill in the holes left in teeth from a cavity. Not only were these unattractive, they had the tendency to break down over time, allowing for new cavities to form underneath the amalgam. Most dentists, including Dr. Neal, have strayed from this type of filling. Dr. Neal uses tooth-colored composite fillings. They look more natural and they’re actually stronger and safer, too. If you have any amalgam fillings, talk to Dr. Neal about the possibility of replacing them with composite fillings.
In cases where dental fillings are not enough to repair the damage from tooth decay, a dental crown may be needed. Crowns are customized to fit the unique mold of your teeth, thereby ensuring that your current bite is maintained. Crowns are custom-made in a dental lab offsite, but while you wait for your permanent one, Dr. Neal can fit you with a temporary crown.
Whether or not you’ve had a root canal procedure, you likely cringe a little at the thought of it. However, root canals have a bad reputation that can make the process seem far scarier than it really is. Our teeth have canals that run through them that contain the nerves. Since these canals are open at the bottom of the roots of our teeth, they are at constant risk for infection. If the canals do become infected, the infection can spread inside the teeth and grow to be very, very painful. The only way to cure this infection is with a root canal procedure.
Most root canals only take one to two visits to complete but could require additional visits if the damage is severe. The recovery time also varies depending upon the extent of the damage and the number of teeth involved. If the root canal was performed on just one tooth, prepare for three to seven days of soreness and tenderness. Of course, if the infection was severe in more than one tooth, the recovery time will be a little longer. For certain candidates, we also offer a pulp-capping alternative to root canals.
In the event you lose any of your teeth, you want a functional, reliable way to disguise it. Dental implants are a great option for replacing one or two teeth, but if you’re missing far more than that, dentures are the way to go. Dentures are customized to your mouth to ensure they fit well and function properly while speaking, eating, etc. Dr. Neal also offers partial dentures and flexible partials that are very comfortable to wear in comparison to traditional dentures.
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